STILLWATER, Oklahoma - - The Wichita State Shockers endured almost four hours of cold temperature and one hot baseball team Tuesday night.
WSU lost a 12-inning, 6 to 5 decision to the Oklahoma State Cowboys in a contest played in 35 degree temperatures and a wind chill of 28 degrees.
Tyler Baker keyed the Shocker offense with 2 hits including a triple, and three runs batted in.
Wichita State scored three times in the sixth inning to take the lead. The Cowyboys led 4-2 when Baker's triple to right field plated Casey Gillaspie and Johnny Coy to knot the game at 4-all.
Baker scored a on a wild pitch put WSU ahead.
The Cowboys would tie the game in the eighth and won it in the 12th. Tanner Krietemeier's single and Zach Fish doubled to drive in the winning run.
Wichita State will take on Oral Roberts Wednesday night at Eck Stadium with first pitch scheduled for 6:30 p.m.
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